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  1. people who believed dominant states rights over federal rights would lead to an inable and unproductive governement and believed a strong central government ultimately was the bestr thing for the nation.
  2. "the large-state plane". its essence was that representation in both houses of Congress should be based on population-an arrangement that would naturally give the larger states the adavantage
  3. The concept in which mothers teach thier children the ideas behind civic virtue, its importantce and how to apply it in a everyday life. As education opportunities widened for women the expectations of raising thier children became higher.
  4. the method in which the president is indirectly elected. The states wiht the larger populatiosn have the advantage within the first popular vote, if candiate is chosen then the small states would gain a larger voice where the election is thrown to the house of representatives who in this case only can have one vote per state.
  5. the notion hat democracy depended on the unselfish commitment of eachcitizen to the public good. This idea was central to the republiccan ideology.
  6. the often ridiculed group of continental army officers who formed a an exclusive hereditary order. The group was founded due to the spead of the idea of social equality and break down of aristocratic society within america.

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  1. Northwest Ordinance of 1787Set transitional movements from colony to statehood. The ordinance demanded that the colony must hold 60,000 inhabitants before becoming a state. No new colonies were permitted to have slaves either. The congress maintained federal rule over the colony until it became a state.

          

  2. Anti-federalistscitizens who opposed the stronger federal government, Believed strong central governemnt would lead to tyranny and were largely for states rights.

          

  3. Articles of CoonfederationThe colonies make shift constitution which tied each separate state in a strong bond of "friendship". Essentially a treaty between 13 different countries with similiar government infrastructure. Articles of Confederation lacked the ability for congress or the president to have any true federal power due to fear of tyranny. Also, the documents set up the 3 branch governement.

          

  4. Great Connecticut Compromisethe compromise between total representation (headcount wise) for the slave populations within the south or none at all. It was decided that each slave would be counted as three fifths of a person.

          

  5. New Jersey plan"small-state plan". This provided for equal representation within a unicameral congress by states, regardless of size an dpopulation, as under the existing Articles of Confederation.

          

  6. Alexander Hamiltionpeople who believed dominant states rights over federal rights would lead to an inable and unproductive governement and believed a strong central government ultimately was the bestr thing for the nation.

          

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